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We are a family run company with Spanish and Czech speaking organisers with much knowledge of the local area, our Petra has amazing knowledge of the location and is second to non and can help in all aspects of your trip and holiday.
Why dive in Spain?
Spain is renowned for its marine reserves. There are Cabo de Palos, Cabo de Gata and the Columbretes Islands in the Mediterranean and La Palma, La Restinga and Isla Graciosa on the Canary Islands in the open Atlantic. Each area has its own unique attraction and there’s enough here to keep divers fascinated for a lifetime.
Petra the manager speaks Spanish, English, Czech and has great interpersonal skills with lots of knowledge of the area.
Adam, Padi IDC staff instructor,
has a passion for wrecks, under
water aquatic life and teaching.
Josh, our dive master leader,
speaks English and Spanish loves
watching blue planet, great guide
has amazing communication
and people skills.
Weather & Dive Conditions
The Costa Blanca has the perfect weather for taking a course or just diving for fun, with over 300 days of sunshine per year.
Summer daytime temperatures average 30°C (86°F), with winter around 16°C (61°F).
Water temp May to September: 19 – 29°C (67 – 85°F)
Water temp October to April: 14 – 18°C (58 – 65°F).
If we feel on the day the weather conditions are not safe to dive we will re-arrange at the earliest date.
Please note: All course prices include complete rental of equipment .(unless specified) All hire equipment must be returned in the same condition as given , if the the given equipment has found to be misused or damaged there will be a charge added on return.
Please do not urinate in our wetsuits , if it is found there is urine in the suit 20 Euros will be charged to sanitise.
If for any reason you are not able to do the minimum achievements on the course and the instructor feels you need more tuition, we would discuss this before any extra time is spent.